Sorry about the slight lack of posts lately! Last week was absolutely hectic for me, three midterms in one week! As of now things have cooled down until finals (at least I think), so expect lots of great updates from The Tonnish Touch.
Today's post is a look at some of the wonderful tutus that were inspired by my Tutu-torial. First of all, I got so much great feedback about this post, thank you to everyone who enjoyed the tutorial and especially to those who tried it out!!
I wore my tutu to an on-campus event hosted by Reitz Union Board: Entertainment (which I happen to be a proud member of). I dressed up as a fluffy cloud. I made my head-piece and tutu from recycled tulle. All of the other elements of my costume were straight from my closet: AA tank, Target tights, Steve Madden flats, Vintage silver leotard, Granny's pearls.
This is my friend, Amanda. She dressed up as a stunning ballerina for Halloween. I love how voluminous her tutu is! This girl is tutu-cute!
Here is my gorgeous friend, Gretchen. Her mini-tutu is absolutely adorable! The cropped length makes the shape irresistible. Is it so wrong to want to wear this every day?
Thanks again to my lovely friends for letting me post their fabulous tutus. You guys were so creative and looked amazing! Did anyone else try out the tutorial? Let me know! I'm hoping to attach a slip to mine so that I can defend it as "wearable" in everyday life. Hah, we'll see how it goes. Are there any new requests for things you'd like to see on our blog? We're always looking to post newer, fresher material. Hope to hear from you, cuties!
P.S.- go see Coco Avant Chanel, it was a beautiful film.
Breaking news: Guess who's featured in this month's issue of INsite Magazine?!?
-That's right, THE TONNISH TOUCH!!
Leah and I are ecstatic because our lovely little blog was featured in their "Gainesville's Best Blogs" article. How exciting! You can read a little bit about our blog, learn fun facts, like the origin of the name "The Tonnish Touch", and see what we love about blogging. We are in great company too! The other featured blogs were:
Leah and I have been pouring our hearts into our blog with every free second that we get, and we want to thank all of you loyal readers for supporting us! Thank you thank you thank you, expect many more wonderful things from The Tonnish Touch to come!
Read the INsite article here, or pick up an issue anywhere around town, they're free!
Thanks also to Amelia Harnish for writing the wonderful article!